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green bay's mayor survives removal petition


green bay, wis. — green bay's mayor has survived an effort to remove him from office.mayor jim schmitt's future was at stake monday night during a meeting of the city council. a citizen filed a petition seeking schmitt's removal after the mayor was convicted of violating state campaign finance laws. a judge earlier monday refused to block the petition hearing.schmitt's attorney argued the convictions do not meet the state law's criteria for removal.after a couple hours of discussion in a closed session, the council voted 9-3 on finding cause to remove schmitt from office. but when the vote was taken on the actual removal, one alderman changed sides making the vote 8-4, which is one vote shy of the number needed for removal.






usoc: foreign athletes to get expedited access to us events


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homeland security expands number of immigrants who can be deported


under homeland security secretary john kelly’s orders, hundreds of thousands more immigrants in the united states illegally will be subject to what’s known as expedited removal proceedings to quickly get them out of the country.washington — homeland security secretary john kelly has issued new orders to agency heads that considerably expand the number of immigrants who can be detained and deported under executive orders president donald trump signed last month.under kelly’s orders, which were contained in two memorandums distributed to agency heads friday, hundreds of thousands more immigrants in the united states illegally will be subject to what’s known as expedited removal proceedings to quickly get them out of the country.the orders also would affect thousands of children who arrived i






dhs issues memos meant to crack down on illegal immigration


the department of homeland security issued two memos tuesday morning that could expand the number of immigrants detained or deported as part the administration’s crackdown on undocumented immigrants in the u.s.the memos are intended to implement president trump’s immigration actions from last month and enforce existing immigration law. cbs news’ jeff pegues previewed some of the memos’ details on monday. the dreamersthe memos don’t overturn the obama 2012 immigration action that created the deferred action for childhood arrivals (daca) program. daca has deferred deportations for people who came to the u.s. illegally as children and has provided work permits to more than 750,000 immigrants.deportationnew policies aimed at stemming the flow of illegal immigration will be implemented, that wi






dhs issues memos meant to crack down on illegal immigration


the department of homeland security issued two memos tuesday morning that could expand the number of immigrants detained or deported as part the administration’s crackdown on undocumented immigrants in the u.s.the memos are intended to implement president trump’s immigration actions from last month and enforce existing immigration law. cbs news’ jeff pegues previewed some of the memos’ details on monday. the dreamersthe memos don’t overturn the obama 2012 immigration action that created the deferred action for childhood arrivals (daca) program. daca has deferred deportations for people who came to the u.s. illegally as children and has provided work permits to more than 750,000 immigrants.deportationnew policies aimed at stemming the flow of illegal immigration will be implemented, that wi






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a state legislative bill seeking to expand legal services for immigrants in the u.s. illegally moved out of the senate judiciary committee on tuesday on a 5-2 vote. the bill, introduced by state sen. ben hueso (d-san diego), would create a legal defense program funded with state money that would provide lawyers for immigrants caught in deportation or removal proceedings. it comes roughly three years after the unaccompanied undocumented minors program began providing state-funded legal services for young refugees fleeing gang violence in central america. hueso said the measure faced new urgency given president trump's executive orders last week on immigration. "this is a bill protecting californians, protecting their families,  but also protecting california's economic prominence," hues






judge denies request to stop hearing to remove mayor


green bay, wis. — a judge has denied a request from green bay's mayor to stop a hearing on his possible removal from office.mayor jim schmitt was convicted of three misdemeanors for violating state campaign finance reporting laws. a citizen filed a complaint seeking his removal.on monday, outagamie county judge john desjardins ruled the removal hearing can be held. wluk-tv (http://bit.ly/2l0z0j3 ) reports the city council is expected to take up the citizen petition at a meeting monday night.schmitt's attorney says the violations happened when he was a private citizen running for office and unrelated to his mayoral duties.in december, schmitt was sentenced to 40 hours of community service and ordered to pay a $4,000 fine after pleading guilty. a special prosecutor concluded schmitt accepted






congressman intends to sue over removal of painting


washington (ap) — the office of a missouri congressman says he intends to file a federal lawsuit over the removal of a constituent’s painting from its display on capitol hill.the painting, which shows a pig in a police uniform, divided members of congress for its depiction of ferguson, missouri, where weeks of protests occurred after the police shooting of an unarmed black man.the painting, one of 400-plus winning entries in the congressional arts competition, hung in a tunnel leading to the capitol for more than seven months.some conservative media outlets called for its removal and republican lawmakers took it down and returned it to democratic rep. william lacy clay’s office. clay put it back up, saying its removal violated a constituent’s first amendment right to freedom of expression.






trump immigration plan would aggressively detain and deport


palm beach, fla. – federal authorities would be empowered to immediately deport vastly more unauthorized immigrants as part of a broad crackdown being developed by the trump administration that would significantly change the way federal agencies enforce immigration laws.two draft memos signed friday by john kelly, the retired marine general who is secretary of homeland security, outline an aggressive mission for immigration authorities to rescind policies put in place by president barack obama that focused mainly on removing serious criminals.the directives appear to spare many younger immigrants brought to the country illegally as children, known as dreamers. but some parents of children who enter unaccompanied could face prosecution under the guidelines.the approach laid out in the memos






emergency tree removal causes bart delays sunday – the mercury news


bay area — bart riders traveling to or from san francisco sunday can expect 15- to 20-minute delays for much of the day as crews take down trees near the tracks between balboa park and daly city, bart officials said.between 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., trains will be single-tracking through the area. bart officials said the tree removal is necessary to keep trains running on time. p engers on the dublin/pleasanton line heading to daly city will need to transfer to another train at the 24th street station, officials said.






trump's new deportation rules allow more expulsions


the department of homeland security on tuesday released a set of documents translating president donald trump’s executive orders on immigration and border security into policy, bringing a major shift in the way the agency enforces the nation’s immigration laws.under the obama administration, undocumented immigrants convicted of serious crimes were the priority for removal. now, immigration agents, customs officers and border patrol agents have been directed to remove anyone convicted of any criminal offense.that includes people convicted of fraud in any official matter before a governmental agency and people who “have abused any program related to receipt of public benefits.”the policy also calls for an expansion of expedited removals, allowing border patrol and immigration and customs enf






emergency tree removal prompts 15-20 minute delays sunday – the mercury news


san francisco — bart riders traveling to or from san francisco sunday can expect 15 minute to 20 minute delays for much of the day as crews take down trees near the tracks between balboa park and daly city, bart officials said.between 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., trains will be single-tracking through the area. p engers on the dublin/pleasanton line heading to daly city will need to transfer to another train at the 24th street station, officials said.bart officials said the maintenance is necessary to complete emergency tree removal work.






trump to beef up enforcement of immigration laws


the outlines of president trump’s plans to beef up the nation’s immigration laws are beginning to take shape this week.and the take-away is this: enforcementin guidance memos released tuesday, the department of homeland security made it clear that the trump administration, as promised, plans to dramatically expand the number of people detained and deported. the memos, signed by dhs secretary john kelly and issued to heads of key agencies, were obtained by cnn over the weekend. and the orders lay out the step-by-step procedures that immigration authorities intend to take to put trump’s executive orders into effect, including building a wall along the border with mexico and hardening the government’s position on undocumented immigrants.the push-back has been swift: as drafts of the memos lea






trump to beef up deportations and other enforcement of immigration laws


the outlines of president trump’s plans to beef up the nation’s immigration laws are beginning to take shape this week.and the take-away is this: enforcementin guidance memos released tuesday, the department of homeland security made it clear that the trump administration, as promised, plans to dramatically expand the number of people detained and deported. the memos, signed by dhs secretary john kelly and issued to heads of key agencies, were obtained by cnn over the weekend. and the orders lay out the step-by-step procedures that immigration authorities intend to take to put trump’s executive orders into effect, including building a wall along the border with mexico and hardening the government’s position on undocumented immigrants.the push-back has been swift: as drafts of the memos lea






trump administration to leave protections for us ‘dreamer’ migrants


u.s. president donald trump’s administration will leave protections in place for immigrants who entered the country illegally as children, known as “dreamers,” but will consider all other illegal immigrants subject to deportation, according to guidance released on tuesday.the department of homeland security guidance is the implementation plan for executive orders on border security and immigration enforcement that trump signed on jan. 25, days after taking office.the republican president campaigned on a pledge to get tougher on the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the united states, playing on fears of violent crime while promising to build a wall on the border with mexico and to stop potential terrorists from entering the country.dhs officials, who spoke on the condition of anon






under dhs proposal, parents of children smuggled into u.s. could be prosecuted


a senior white house official said that the memos were not final and had not received white house approval. .washington — department of homeland security (dhs) secretary john kelly has drafted new orders to agency heads that would considerably expand the number of immigrants who can be detained and deported under new executive orders president donald trump signed last month.under the proposed orders, which were contained in two memorandums written for distribution to agency heads and dated friday, hundreds of thousands more immigrants in the united states illegally would be subject to what’s known as expedited removal proceedings to quickly get them out of the country.a senior white house official said that the memos were not final, that white house lawyers had objected to some of their pr






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sweeping new immigration guidelines emphasize more enforcement, deportations


immigration enforcement officers are free to target any of the 11 million people in the u.s. illegally for removal, the trump administration said tuesday, a vast expansion of the federal government's deportation priorities as the president pursues his promised crackdown on illegal immigration. the new guidelines , in two memos issued by homeland security secretary john f. kelly, also call for the hiring of thousands more enforcement agents as the agency moves to implement president trump's executive order on immigration issued during his first week in office. "all of those in violation of immigration law may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and, if found removable by final order, removal from the united states," the department wrote on its website. though the guidelines emph






usoc: foreign athletes to get expedited access to us events


denver — the u.s. government has told the u.s. olympic committee that the travel ban put in place over the weekend shouldn't impact athletes traveling to the united states for international events.in a statement monday, usoc leaders said the government told them it would work to ensure athletes from all countries would have expedited access to the united states for international competitions.a world cup archery event is scheduled for las vegas on feb. 10.iran, one of the seven countries listed on the ban, brought one archer, zahra nemati, to last year's olympics. the status of iran's archery team for the world cup is not known.the u.s. wrestling team travels to iran next month for a world cup event, and the head of the federation said plans are still in place for that trip.other events in






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usoc: foreign athletes to get expedited access to u.s. events


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usoc: foreign athletes to get expedited access to us events


denver (ap) — the u.s. government has told the u.s. olympic committee that the travel ban put in place over the weekend shouldn’t impact athletes traveling to the united states for international events.in a statement monday, usoc leaders said the government told them it would work to ensure athletes from all countries would have expedited access to the united states for international competitions.a world cup archery event is scheduled for las vegas on feb. 10.iran, one of the seven countries listed on the ban, brought one archer, zahra nemati, to last year’s olympics. the status of iran’s archery team for the world cup is not known.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the u.s. wrestling team travels to iran next month for a world cup event, and the head of the federati






frequent fliers without precheck will be moving to slow lane, tsa says


precheck and other programs like global entry allow fliers at u.s. airports to skip the h le of taking off shoes, belts and light jackets and removing laptops from suitcases while going through sped-up security lines.chicago — the transportation security administration (tsa) this month plans to significantly reduce the number of frequent fliers who go through faster airport-security lines for free, even though they haven’t signed up for vetting programs like precheck, a tsa official said.the change is part of a “natural progression” to limit expedited screening only to fliers who have either gone through background checks or have been checked by bomb-sniffing dogs, said tsa spokesman michael mccarthy. frequent fliers who aren’t signed up for precheck are occasionally selected for these fas






california expands its legal attack on federal immigration policy in new amicus


california expanded its legal attack on federal immigration policy friday, for the first time challenging practices not part of president trump's travel ban. california atty. gen. xavier becerra joined an amicus brief friday supporting a lawsuit pending in the u.s. supreme court that challenges the authority of federal immigration officials to detain noncitizens without providing them a hearing on their removal from the u.s. two previous friend-of-the-court filings supported lawsuits challenging trump’s travel ban order. the new case, joined by seven states, does not involve that order. in the latest case, jennings vs. rodriguez , the plaintiffs are noncitizens who were detained by federal authorities for longer than six months. the lawsuit argues that the constitution mandates that






minnesota attorney general joins immigration lawsuit


st. paul, minn. — minnesota's attorney general has joined a lawsuit over president donald trump's recent immigration order.the lawsuit alleges the order is unconstitutional and should not be enforced. lori swanson's office announced wednesday night that the state will join the complaint filed by the attorney general in the state of washington.the lawsuit seeks an expedited hearing within 14 days. both attorneys general are democrats.the white house says trump's immigration ban aims to make the country safer.m achusetts, virginia and new york have also joined the lawsuit. democratic state attorneys general have been coordinating legal action over immigration, environmental protections, health care, and other major issues since trump was elected.






5 ways trump will increase deportations


a street sign leading into mexico at the u.s.-mexico border wall near the san ysidro port of entry in san ysidro, calif., on feb. 10, 2017.(photo: sandy huffaker, afp/getty images) 8 connectlinkedinemailmorethe department of homeland security issued new directives tuesday to increase deportations among the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants.here is a look at past policy and how president trump's administration is expanding enforcement in five areas:faster deportationspast: a process known as an "expedited removal" was used mostly along the southwest border under president obama. immigration and customs enforcement (ice) and border patrols agents were able to quickly deport undocumented immigrants caught within 100 miles of the border who had arrived in the u.s. in the previous two






5 ways trump will increase deportations


a street sign leading into mexico at the u.s.-mexico border wall near the san ysidro port of entry in san ysidro, calif., on feb. 10, 2017.(photo: sandy huffaker, afp/getty images) 6 connectlinkedinemailmorethe department of homeland security issued new directives tuesday to increase deportations among the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants.here is a look at past policy and how president trump's administration is expanding enforcement in five areas:faster deportationspast: a process known as an "expedited removal" was used mostly along the southwest border under president obama. immigration and customs enforcement (ice) and border patrols agents were able to quickly deport undocumented immigrants caught within 100 miles of the border who had arrived in the u.s. in the previous two






5 ways trump will increase deportations


a street sign leading into mexico at the u.s.-mexico border wall near the san ysidro port of entry in san ysidro, calif., on feb. 10, 2017.(photo: sandy huffaker, afp/getty images) 4 connectlinkedinemailmorethe department of homeland security issued new directives tuesday to increase deportations among the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants.here is a look at past policy and how president trump's administration is expanding enforcement in five areas:faster deportationspast: a process known as an "expedited removal" was used mostly along the southwest border under president obama. immigration and customs enforcement (ice) and border patrols agents were able to quickly deport undocumented immigrants caught within 100 miles of the border who had arrived in the u.s. in the previous two






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trump administration to expand groups of immigrants to be deported: documents


the trump administration plans to direct immigration agents to greatly expand the categories of immigrants they target for deportation, according to drafts of two memos seen by reuters and first reported by mcclatchy news organization on saturday.two sources familiar with the plans told reuters the documents have been approved by secretary of homeland security john kelly, but are under final review by the white house. they are expected to be released to u.s. immigration and customs enforcement (ice) and customs and border protection (cbp) early next week.under the orders, hundreds of thousands of people would face expedited removal proceedings, including those that had not been prioritized for deportation under former president barack obama.the memos are guidance to instruct agents in the






city gets complaints on 2015 confederate flag removal


walhalla, s.c. — officials in south carolina are getting complaints about the 2015 removal of the confederate flag from a memorial on state property.city manager nancy goehle told the anderson independent mail (http://bit.ly/2k0f8i5 ) calls e in starting tuesday questioning the decision to replace the confederate flag with the south carolina flag in the city of walhalla, about 15 miles west of clemson university.luther lyle, a local historian who maintains the site, said he switched the flags in the summer of 2015, about the time state legislators removed the flag from the statehouse in columbia, in reaction to the shooting deaths of nine people at a church in charleston.lyle said many confederate soldiers from south carolina marched off to war under the state flag. he said only one person






family finds rattlesnake in toilet, then 23 more underneath their house


for the past 20 years, nathan hawkins has been working with snakes in the small texas town of buffalo gap.so when hawkins, the owner of big country snake removal, received a frantic call from a family in abilene, texas, about a rattlesnake peaking its head out of a toilet — he thought it was “very unusual,” but not something he couldn’t handle.“they’re actually very, very amazing creatures that are really misunderstand,” hawkins told cbs news. “there are irrational fears around them.”nathan hawkins, owner of big country snake removal, shares p os of his unusual catch at a family’s house in abilene, texas. big country snake removal but to young isac mcfadden, who simply got up to use the bathroom tuesday morning, the snake was an unwelcome surprise. the little boy’s mom told her son to grab






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family finds rattlesnake in toilet, then 23 more underneath their house


for the past 20 years, nathan hawkins has been working with snakes in the small texas town of buffalo gap.so when hawkins, the owner of big country snake removal, received a frantic call from a family in abilene, texas, about a rattlesnake peaking its head out of a toilet — he thought it was “very unusual,” but not something he couldn’t handle.“they’re actually very, very amazing creatures that are really misunderstand,” hawkins told cbs news. “there are irrational fears around them.”but to young isac mcfadden, who simply got up to use the bathroom tuesday morning, the snake was an unwelcome surprise. the little boy’s mom told her son to grab a shovel, and when he returned with the tool, she killed it. hawkins was surprised to find a dead snake upon his arrival, but he removed it from the






us ramps up crackdown on undocumented immigrants


the us administration has issued tough new orders to begin a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants, putting nearly all of the country's 11 million undocumented foreigners in target for deportation.two memos signed by department of homeland (dhs) security secretary john kelly on tuesday make it easier for officials to automatically expel undocumented immigrants. they order border patrol and immigration officers to deport as quickly as possible any undocumented immigrants they find, with only a few exceptions, principally children.latin america leaders condemn trump's mexico wallalthough the priority for deportation will remain undocumented immigrants convicted of crimes, it will also include anyone who has been charged or potentially faces criminal charges.in addition, categories of






family finds rattlesnake in toilet, then 23 more underneath their house


for the past 20 years, nathan hawkins has been working with snakes in the small texas town of buffalo gap.so when hawkins, the owner of big country snake removal, received a frantic call from a family in abilene, texas, about a rattlesnake peaking its head out of a toilet — he thought it was “very unusual,” but not something he couldn’t handle.“they’re actually very, very amazing creatures that are really misunderstand,” hawkins told cbs news. “there are irrational fears around them.”but to young isac mcfadden, who simply got up to use the bathroom tuesday morning, the snake was an unwelcome surprise.“i found this big clump and i knew it was [a] snake,” mcfadden told cbs affiliate wtsp.the little boy’s mom told her son to grab a shovel, and when he returned with the tool, she killed it. ha






embattled nu fraternity suspended amid reports of drugging, sex assaults


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facebook atwitter over friendly fox sightings in southern minnesota


a friendly pet fox named notchi has gone missing from his lakeville home and is gallivanting across southern minnesota, despite multiple run-ins with humans, a social media paign and a $1,000 reward for his return.notchi, a tame, 8-month-old red fox, was rescued from a fur farm as a kit by mikayla raines, 21, who has a usda license to keep foxes. notchi has distinctive silver and white markings because foxes used for fur often are bred over generations for unique colors.foxes generally make poor pets, raines said, because they mark their territory and chew things up.“there’s just a special bond that i have with foxes that i can’t explain,” raines said. “you have to work hard to bond with a fox, but i like the challenge.”more than 50 people have spotted notchi traipsing from lonsdale to was